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Old 09-25-2010, 03:22 AM
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Coolant filter cross reference

I have a dieselsite coolant filter. It came with a Baldwin 5134 filter, thing is no one around me carries Baldwin filters. I was wondering what this cross references to a WIX filter. Of course I also want to make sure that the WIX doesn't have any SCA's either. The O'reillys guy doesn't leave me with a good feeling that he even knows what I'm talking about. Figure you all can get me on the right track. Thanks.
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Subscribed. I'm in the same situation. I don't mind spending the $10 for a new filter, but the shipping from dieselsite is horrible, or at least it is to me. Shipping costs just about as much as the two filters I was getting...
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Old 09-25-2010, 03:46 AM
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I believe napa has a filter cross chart on line. Many threads on this topic with cross chart also...
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Old 09-25-2010, 04:59 AM
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Did some research, here ya go...

Carquest part 89070, Napa 4070, Wix 24070, Baldwin, B5134, and Fleetguard WF2077
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^^^ Good stuff. This thread delivers!
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thanks topdwg
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No problem. Anyone know what the Baldwin filter, filters down to? Napa is close to me, but I was reading about their filter and theirs filters to 27 microns.
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Old 09-25-2010, 08:17 AM
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Most coolant filter are going to filter to the same micron rating
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Thanks Topdwg and the rest of you. I normally don't post without doing the searches. That's why I have so few posts but have been lurking on here for a long time. But I haven't seen one recently and figured there were others who needed a refresher thread and I got lazy. This was much easier.
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